Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen
|Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen|
|Produced by||Udhayanidhi Stalin|
Udhayanidhi Stalin |
Mansoor Ali Khan
|Music by||D. Imman|
|Cinematography||K. G. Venkatesh|
|Edited by||K. Anand Lingakumar|
|Distributed by||Red Giant Movies|
Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen (English: Why fear when Saravanan is here?) is a Tamil supernatural comedy film written and directed by Ezhil, starring Udhayanidhi Stalin and Regina Cassandra in the leading roles with Srushti Dange and Soori in supporting roles. The film began production in July 2016 and was released on 12 May 2017.
- Udhayanidhi Stalin as Saravanan
- Regina Cassandra as Thenmozhi
- Srushti Dange as Fathima
- Soori as Kalyanam
- Rajasekar as Saravanan's Father
- Anjali Varadharajan as Saravanan's mother
- Mansoor Ali Khan as Veerasingam
- Livingston as Selvam, Thenmozhi's Father
- Yogi Babu as Babu, Saravanan's friend
- Chaams as Rajadurai, Veerasingam's son
- Madhan Bob as Curtain Sharma
- Ashvin Raja as Saravanan's friend
- Nithya Ravindran as Thenmozhi's mother
- Jangiri Madhumitha as Kalyanam's wife
- Manobala as Swamy
- G. M. Kumar as Veerasingam's father-in-law
- Joe Malloori as Fathima's Father
- Rethika Srinivas as Fathima's Mother
- Mahanadi Shankar
- Saravana Subbiah as Police officer
- George Maryan as Police officer
- Kothandan as Photographer
- Kuraishi as Saravanan's friend
- Robo Shankar as Saudaswaran (guest appearance)
- Ravi Mariya as Maudeswaran (guest appearance)
- Bava Lakshmanan as Veerasingam's henchman
- Risha as Jignashree
- Lollu Uthayakumar
- Anusree as (cameo appearance)
In July 2016, Udhayanidhi Stalin revealed that he would produce and act in a new comedy film to be directed by Ezhil whose previous was Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran. Regina Cassandra and Srushti Dange joined the film as lead actresses in late July 2016 and the film began production thereafter. Actor Soori has been roped in this project to take care of comedy. The film was officially titled as Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen in September 2016, with a first look poster of the film released.
Saravanan (Udayanidhi) is a jobless youth who roams around in a two-wheeler with his bunch of friends. Kalyanam (Soori), his uncle, aspires for a political career but due to the error committed by a drunk photographer, Saravanan ends up as the local head of a national party, and this upsets his uncle.Kalyanam on the other hand is left with no option but to leave the country to take up a petty job in Dubai. His other uncle’s daughter Thaenmozhi (Regina Cassandra) returns to town after many years, and quite naturally, Saravanan is besotted by her and falls head over heels in love with her. In the meantime, Kalyanam also returns and awaits an opportunity to teach a lesson or two to Saravanan. Whether Saravanan succeeds in his love and whether Kalyanam manages to put Saravanan in his place, is narrated in the most boring fashion.
|Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen|
|Soundtrack album to Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen by D. Imman|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Label||Sony Music India|
|D. Imman chronology|
After Manam Kothi Paravai, Desingu Raja And Vellaikaara Durai, D. Imman collaborates with Ezhil for Fourth time and his first collaboration with Udhayanidhi Stalin. The soundtrack contains 5 songs which was written by Yugabharathi. D Imman has composed tunes for some peppy numbers. K G Venkatesh has handled the camera.
All lyrics written by Yugabharathi.
|1.||"Yembuttu Irukkuthu Aasai"||Sean Roldan, Kalyani Nair|
|2.||"Semma Joru"||Vishal Dadlani, Maria Kavita Thomas|
|3.||"Marhaba Aavona"||Aditya Gadhvi, Shreya Ghoshal|
|4.||"Langu Langu"||Praniti (Sun Singer Season 4 Title Winner)||03:30|
|5.||"Lala Kadai Santhi"||Benny Dayal, Sunidhi Chauhan|
|6.||"Melancholic Ride (Theme)"||Instrumental|
|7.||"Yembuttu Irukkuthu Aasai" (Karaoke version)||Instrumental|
|8.||"Marhaba Aavona" (Karaoke version)||Instrumental|
|9.||"Lala Kadai Santhi" (Karaoke version)||Instrumental|
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